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Grace Digital Victoria Wireless Internet Radio Featuring Pandora, NPR, SiriusXM, Rhapsody - Model GDI-IRN1941 (Color: Walnut)
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- 4 line display with 30 micro light adjustments to view station name, song title (when provided) or set the sleep time or one of the 5 Alarms - Wake to internet radio or alarm tone
- Built in 802.11n wireless card to connect to any Wi-Fi (802.11b,g or n) wireless internet connection or utilize the built in USB port to connect an optional USB to Ethernet dongle (not included) for a wired network connection
- Large 4" true full range speaker with rear bass port enhanced by the superb Class D 16 Watt RMS Digital Amplifier and the solid MDF cabinet, the same material used in most high-end loudspeakers
- Wake to internet radio or alarm tone
- Connections include: RCA in, RCA out, USB, headphone, speaker posts for optional external speakers. In the box: radio, remote with batteries, rca to mini cable, manual, power supply
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From the Manufacturer
The Grace Digital Victoria
An Internet Radio with Old World Charm
Enjoy music, talk, news, and sports with the style and quality of a 1940s/50s radio. You will be amazed with the performance of the Grace Victoria Internet radio. Built with the same materials that are used in high end stereo speakers, a Class D Digital amplifier, and a full range speaker with rear reflex bass port, The Victoria provides great sound--not just old world good looks.
With the Victoria you will experience amazing highs, deep base and perfect clarity for your favorite music, sports or talk radio. Listen to and create Pandora stations, NPR, BBC, Dar.fm, Live365 VIP, your local and international AM, FM and HD radio stations, and even SiriusXM Internet radio without a satellite dish--just direct from your broadband DSL or cable Internet connection.
Easy Set Up
The Grace Victoria Internet radio has a built in 802.11n wireless transceiver which connects to any 802.11b.g.n router or Ethernet connection (via the sold separately Grace USB to Ethernet adapter) in less than 5 minutes. Play music directly from the Internet or stream your iTunes, or Windows Media files from your PC, Mac or NAS. While setup is effortless, the Grace Radio supports advanced features such as WEP and WPA1/2 passwords, standard or hidden SSIDs, DHCP, mac address filtering or static IP addresses. >>Learn more about available content for the Grace Digital Internet radios.
Fully Integrated Pandora Capabilities
Via the included remote control thumbs up, thumbs down, or skip songs on Pandora. You can bookmark songs to your Pandora account and even purchase them later from Amazon or iTunes.
Bass Ported Full Range Speaker
The rear ported dynamic full range speaker provides detailed highs and deep bass for hours of listening enjoyment.
Connect to Any Home Stereo System
The Victoria Wi-Fi radio can be connected to any set of powered speakers or connected directly to your home stereo system.
High Contrast LCD Display
The adjustable 4-line, backlit LCD display makes it easy to view your selections, adjust your audio settings or display song title and artist details.
Remote Control iPhone App
The Grace Remote control application allows you to go where no IR remote has gone before. Control one or more of your Grace Internet radios from your iPhone or iPod touch. You can change the volume, turn it on or off, find stations and set presets, or even set any one of your five alarms.
Adjust the equalization settings to perfectly fit your personal music taste and listening environment.
Optional Ethernet Connection
Use a USB connection for playing local media or use an optional USB to Ethernet jack to connect to your home RJ45 network. It's super easy to install and available for purchase (sold separately).
Connect All Your Audio Sources
Featuring a 3.5mm Stereo Headphone Jack for a private listening experience and an Aux-in to connect you CD player, iPhone, iPod, or other music source.
The Grace Digital Victoria Plays All the Popular Audio Formats
ACC, AIFF, Apple losless, AU, FLAC, HE-AAC(ACC+), MP3, OGG Vorbis, WAV, WMA
What's in the Box?
Grace Digital Victoria Wi-Fi Radio, remote control and batteries, power adapter, manual.
Which Grace Digital Internet Radio is Right for You?
|Top Feature||Connect the Internet to your stereo||Table top for any room in your home||High resolution 3.5" color display||Stereo sound with built-in sub||Highest audio quality to your stereo||Great sound and vintage good looks||Replace your stereo system|
|RCA Stereo Inputs / Outputs||No / Yes||Mini-Jack Aux-in / No||Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes||No / Yes||Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes|
|iPhone/Android Remote Compatible|
|Play USB Thumb Drives*|
|External Speaker Post|
|Digital Stereo Output|
|FM Receiver w/Antenna|
|Ethernet Connection||Optional Dongle**||Optional Dongle**||Built-in RJ45||Optional Dongle**||Optional Dongle**|
|Number of Presets on Radio / Remote||10 / 10||10 / 10||10 / 10||10 / 100||12 / 9||10 / 10||10 / 10|
|My Stuff Presets||100||100||100||100||100||100||100|
|*The USB jack supports Smartphone (iPhone, Android, etc.) charging, plays music from a USB thumb drive and supports the Grace USB to Ethernet connection for a wired connection. |
Top Customer Reviews
Reduced from 5 stars to 3. See reply below with details
Years ago I gave up cable TV and have since enjoyed services like Pandora and Netflix, and never looked back. I listen to Pandora on my cell and laptop, but the quality from my laptop at home (plus having to lug it around the house) left me wanting. I spent some time looking at wireless radio devices and settled on the Grace Digital Victoria Wireless Internet Radio for a couple reasons:
First, it had to play Pandora. The setup for Pandora was easy, but I had to read the manual to do it, it wasn't intuitive. You need an account with Grace's website to link your registered radio to Pandora, and then you have to turn off your radio for a few minutes for it to sync when you turn it back on. It's a one-time setup, so no gripes there. The added benefit of getting to listen to my favorite NPR stations is icing on the cake.
Second, it had to have Audio Out (not just Headphone Out) jacks. This is important. My next purchase will be wireless speakers so I can move them to the bedroom or outside for parties. Audio Out allows the speakers on the radio to output while still sending to the attached speakers.
Third, the audio quality had to be better than my laptop (not hard, but important). This radio has a subwoofer inside the wooden cabinet. While it's not going to rattle your china cabinet, it's still better than most of the other internet radios on the market that don't have one at all. I can definitely separate the bass notes from the rest, and it makes a huge difference. When cranked up, the living room is definitely filled with rich sound (the dog had to leave the room!). For the music I listen to, and not being an audiophile, the quality from this radio is great.Read more ›
After using the radio for a week, I discovered it had an equalizer/tone control at the end of the settings menu. The control works great. The manufacturer needs to mention the control in the manual.
The volume control has failed after very little use. This is a fault noted by other purchasers. Have to use the remote now to control volume. I am waiting to hear from Grace to see if I can buy a new control which I will install myself as I am an experienced tech guy.
What a fabulous device! Endless entertainment and variety. The iPhone app is fabulous - presenting easy navigation to the endless listening options. The sound is great and it looks great sitting on my desk. My only quibble is minor. The knobs are flimsy plastic and don't match up with the high quality wood that the device is made of. Very highly recommended.
The upshot: This radio far outsizes my expectations. The sound is great - it's full and warm (it replaces a Bose sound system table-top, and if anything, this radio sounds better). It's also wonderful looking. Unlike other retro models, it's doesn't go over the top to recreate a nostalgiac look in a an inauthentic way.
And it is a very interesting and fun toy to play with. The radio liberates you from the narrow choice of stations in your local media market. It's like having a short-wave radio that gets perfect reception anywhere in the world. I inadvertently tuned into a station in Melbourne, Australia, and it came in as clearly as a local powerhouse station.
It is easier than I could have hoped to get up and running, and easy to work through the menu of the hundreds and hundreds of stations to select from in the U.S. and around the world. You can also select free music genre stations -- all it does it play that type of music at no charge, contually, ad-free.
Also it's great to have remote control -- I can change stations and volume from across the room.
I went on the Grace Audio site this morning and noted that as of this writing the radio is on back-order. I can see why. My advice: get on the waiting list and buy it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked very well for a couple of years. Has now gone to join its ancestors.Published 4 months ago by Peter S Kelley
That borscht soup simply taste better when the Russian station is on. We never got into that internet radio thing with the desktop or mobile phone. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ferdosi
My husband ordered this one and we use it every day. Absolutely superior. If you are looking for a wireless home internet radio this one it top-notch. We are extremely happy. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Janice Lipscomb
At least once per week I will need to reboot my Victoria radio as the radio fails to connect to the internet (wirelessly) and the Victoria radio has recently began turning itself... Read morePublished 12 months ago by YukonJack
Got for hubby's recently renovated garage. He loves it. A TON of music channels on here. Seriously, anything you could ever want. Fast shipping also. Thanks!Published 12 months ago by Jennifer J. Wright
This radio looks great and put out nice sound. However, it quit working after less than two years. I thought it might be the power supply, but it seems to be the motherboard. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Frank Farrell
The volume control knob was "slippery" from the beginning. Now it just spins with no effect on the volume. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Craig Emert
This is my second Grace Digital Internet Radio.
This one is just what I wanted. It is my bedside radio and, since I almost exclusively listen to Old Time Radio programs... Read more